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  1. 1. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition Module 1 Management Overview V9 Edition Copyright © January 2009 TM Slide 1 of 68 All rights reserved Published by The Open Group, January 2009 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved Management Overview Management Overview TOGAF is a trademark of The Open Group in the United States and other countries TM Slide 2 of 68 TM Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 1
  2. 2. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition Module Objectives • To provide a management overview of TOGAF 9 – The Open Group – The Architecture Forum – Why enterprise architecture – Why a framework – TOGAF 9 – TOGAF 9 Certification – Summary TM Slide 3 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved Outline • The Open Group • The Architecture Forum • Why Enterprise Architecture • Why a Framework • TOGAF 9 • TOGAF 9 Certification • Summary TM Slide 4 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 2
  3. 3. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition About The Open Group Global Operation Boston Global Operation Cross-Industry Johannesburg Cross-Industry Paris (France) Vendor Neutral Vendor Neutral Reading (UK) Technology Neutral Technology Neutral San Francisco Tokyo Brings the key Brings the key ~50 staff constituencies together constituencies together in an open process in an open process Industry Consortium Operates the industry’s Operates the industry’s Not-for-profit operations premier premier Established >20 years certification service certification service ~350 member organizations TM Slide 5 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved Total 350 enterprises Based on country of HQ TM Slide 6 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 3
  4. 4. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition What is the shared vision of The Open Group? Boundaryless Information Flow™ achieved through global interoperability in a secure, reliable and timely manner Boundaryless does not mean there are no boundaries – it means that boundaries are permeable to enable business. Vision TM Slide 7 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved How Important… • Not having Boundaryless Information Flow where systems interoperate, i.e. easily exchange information and use that information to improve operations, is causing organizations real pain * – 100s of millions in lost opportunities – Billions spent to make systems interoperate or to recover from mistakes – The risks are not only financial but deal with lost lives • Hospitals, 911/999 systems, Critical infrastructure, Air Traffic Control… Control… * respondents to survey taken at conference TM Slide 8 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 4
  5. 5. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition What is The Open Group’s role? • Customers – Articulate current and emerging requirements, establish policies, and share best practices – Provide feedback on deliverables • Suppliers – Develop consensus to evolve and integrate specifications and open source technologies and deliver open standards • Other consortia and standards bodies – Collaborate openly when it is in the best interest of their and our members or the industry generally, and share information freely • Staff – Support the work of the members – Offer a comprehensive set of services to enhance the operational efficiency of other consortia; and – Develop and operate the industrys premier certification service and encouraging the market adoption of certified products and people TM Slide 9 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved Activities • Board work groups – IT Architect Certification – IT Specialist Certification • Councils – Customer Council, Supplier Council • Member Forums – Architecture, ArchiMate® – Enterprise Management, – Real Time & Embedded, – Security and Identity Management, “Jericho” (de-perimiterisation) • Work Groups – Business Architecture – Semantic Interoperability, including • Universal Data Element Framework (UDEF) – Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) • Technical Working Groups – Platform, Base Working Group TM Slide 10 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 5
  6. 6. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition Forums/Work Areas of The Open Group • Meeting points for Suppliers and Buyers • Each Forum is effectively an autonomous consortium operating within The Open Group – Direction determined by members – Outputs approved by members – Must obey some rules to respect anti-trust legislation • Forums initiate new areas of work, often in partnership with other Forums – …leading to industry standards – …leading to certification programs based on those standards TM Slide 11 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved How members work • Mostly virtual – E-mail, teleconference, web conference • Collaboration infrastructure – Track activities for projects, forums etc • Quarterly Global Member Meetings • Local Member Meetings Key Deliverables • Open Standards – Professional – Process and methodology – Software, technical • Certification of conformance to standards • Conferences and events – global and local TM Slide 12 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 6
  7. 7. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition Why “Customers” join • We can build relationships with peers in our or other industries and share knowledge • We can talk to suppliers in a non-selling environment • We can influence the priorities being addressed by the industry • We have early access to the solutions being developed to address our urgent issues • We can track forums, work groups, projects and activities that are relevant to our enterprise TM Slide 13 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved The Open Group Scorecard Professional IT Specialist IT Architect Skills Skills Professional Standards Architecture Association Perspective Knowledge Methodology Enterprise Architecture Standards Perspective SOA Security Dependability through Assuredness Software Portability Interoperability Standards Perspective Manageability Security TM Slide 14 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 7
  8. 8. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition Outline • The Open Group • The Architecture Forum • Why Enterprise Architecture • Why a Framework • TOGAF 9 • TOGAF 9 Certification • Summary TM Slide 15 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved Architecture Forum – Vision • An effective open framework and method for architecture • Architecture as a professional discipline • Adequate “Commercial Off-The-Shelf” architecture tools TM Slide 16 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 8
  9. 9. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition Stakeholders and Value • Customer Architects – reduced time, cost, risk • Tools Vendors – bigger market, bigger market share • IT Solution Vendors – greater cost-efficiency • Integrators – greater cost-efficiency, better service • Academic /Research Organizations – funding support TM Slide 17 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved Outline • The Open Group • The Architecture Forum • Why Enterprise Architecture • Why a Framework • TOGAF 9 • TOGAF 9 Certification • Summary TM Slide 18 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 9
  10. 10. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition What is an Enterprise? • Collection of organizations that share a common set of goals – Government agency – Part of a corporation – Corporation • Large corporations may comprise multiple enterprises • May be an “extended enterprise” including partners, suppliers and customers TM Slide 19 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved What is an Architecture? • An Architecture is the fundamental organization of something, embodied in: – its components, – their relationships to each other and the environment, – and the principles governing its design and evolution. Adapted from ANSI/IEEE Standard 1471-2000 TM Slide 20 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 10
  11. 11. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition What is Enterprise Architecture? Enterprise Architecture is: • The organizing logic for business processes and IT infrastructure reflecting the integration and standardization requirements of the firm’s operating model.[1] • A conceptual blueprint that defines the structure and operation of an organization. The intent of an enterprise architecture is to determine how an organization can most effectively achieve its current [1] MIT Center for Information Systems Research and future objectives. [2] [2] SearchCIO.com TM Slide 21 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved Architecture Types Business Business processes, Architecture organization, people Application Data Architecture Architecture Data, Services information Hardware, Technology software, Architecture network TM Slide 22 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 11
  12. 12. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition Why Enterprise Architecture? • Effective management and exploitation of information through IT is key to business success • Good information management = competitive advantage • Current IT systems do not really meet the needs of business – Fragmented, duplicated – Poorly understood – Not responsive to change • Investment in Information Technology – Focussed on system maintenance – Tactical developments rather than a strategic plan TM Slide 23 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved Why Enterprise Architecture? • Two key reasons why you need an enterprise architecture: – Critical to business survival and success – Enables managed innovation within the enterprise TM Slide 24 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 12
  13. 13. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition Pressure to develop Enterprise Architecture • Laws and regulations – Clinger-Cohen Act (US Information Technology Management Reform Act 1996) – EU Directives on the Award of Public Contracts – Sarbanes-Oxley • More extended enterprises • More co-operative IT operations • Greater publicity to failures • Increase in litigation • Audit requirements TM Slide 25 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved Business Benefits of Enterprise Architecture • It helps an organization achieve its business strategy • Faster time to market for new innovations and capabilities • More consistent business processes and information across business units • More reliability and security, less risk Source: “Why Enterprise Architecture Matters?”, The Open Group White Paper, W076 TM Slide 26 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 13
  14. 14. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition IT Benefits of Enterprise Architecture • Better traceability of IT costs • Lower IT costs – design, buy, operate, support,change • Faster design and development • Less complexity • Less IT risk Source: “Why Enterprise Architecture Matters?”, The Open Group White Paper, W076 TM Slide 27 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved The Importance of Governance • An Enterprise Architecture is only as good as the decision making framework that is established around it ”governance” framework • The Governance Framework depends on – Clear authority structure – The right participants TM Slide 28 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 14
  15. 15. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition What do we mean by Governance? • The way in which decisions are made • Who is responsible? • Who is involved? • Who is accountable? TM Slide 29 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved Outline • The Open Group • The Architecture Forum • Why Enterprise Architecture • Why a Framework • TOGAF 9 • TOGAF 9 Certification • Summary TM Slide 30 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 15
  16. 16. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition What is an Architecture Framework? • An architecture framework is a toolkit which can be used for developing a broad range of different architectures. • It should describe a method for designing an information system in terms of a set of building blocks, and for showing how the building blocks fit together. • It should contain a set of tools and provide a common vocabulary. • It should also include a list of recommended standards and compliant products that can be used to implement the building blocks. TM Slide 31 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved The Value of a Framework • Provides a practical starting point for an Architecture Project – Avoids the initial panic when the scale of the task becomes apparent – Systematic – “Codified common sense” – Captures what others have found to work in real life – Contains a Baseline set of resources for reuse TM Slide 32 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 16
  17. 17. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition Enterprise Architecture Development Method A comprehensive Vendor, tool and general method technology neutral open standard Complementary to, not competing with, other Avoids re-inventing the frameworks wheel Widely adopted in the market Business IT alignment Tailorable to meet an organization and Based in best practices industry needs Possible to participate Available under a free in the evolution of the perpetual license framework TM Slide 33 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved Outline • The Open Group • The Architecture Forum • Why Enterprise Architecture • Why a Framework • TOGAF 9 • TOGAF 9 Certification • Summary TM Slide 34 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 17
  18. 18. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition TOGAF Origins • A customer initiative • A framework, not an architecture – A generic framework for developing architectures to meet different business needs – Not a “one-size-fits-all” architecture • Originally based on TAFIM (U.S. DoD) TM Slide 35 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved TOGAF Development 1994 Requirement Proof of need 1995 TOGAF Version 1 Proof of concept 1996 TOGAF Version 2 Proof of application 1997 TOGAF Version 3 Relevance to practical architectures (building blocks) 1998 TOGAF Version 4 Enterprise Continuum (TOGAF in context) 1999 TOGAF Version 5 Business Scenarios (architecture requirements) TM Slide 36 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 18
  19. 19. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition TOGAF Development 2000 TOGAF Version 6 Architecture Views (IEEE Std 1471) 2001 TOGAF Version 7 Architecture Principles; Compliance Reviews 2002 TOGAF Version 8 Extension to Enterprise Architecture 2003 TOGAF Version 8.1 Requirements Management; Governance; Maturity Models; Skills Framework 2006 TOGAF Version 8.1.1 Technical Corrigendum 1 applied 2009 TOGAF Version 9 Evolutionary restructure; Architecture Content Framework TM Slide 37 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved Member (End User) Driven • Customer members demand architecture standards … • Customer members select TAFIM as preferred starting point… • DoD Information Systems Agency (DISA) donate TAFIM as base • TOGAF first published ‘93 ‘94 • TOGAF 7 – Technical Edition ‘96 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘06 • TOGAF 9 ‘09 Enterprise Edition TOGAF 8.1.1 • The Interoperable Enterprise TOGAF 8 – Enterprise Edition Business Scenario First TOGAF Certification first published Program Launched TM Slide 38 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 19
  20. 20. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition TOGAF Scope • TOGAF emphasizes business goals as architecture drivers, and provides a repository of best practice, including: – TOGAF Architecture Development Method (ADM) – ADM Guidelines & Techniques – TOGAF Architecture Content Framework – Enterprise Continuum – TOGAF Reference Models – TOGAF Capability Framework TM Slide 39 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved TOGAF 9 Goals • Long-term: – An industry standard, generic enterprise architecture method…. – ….usable on its own or in conjunction with frameworks having products relevant/specific to particular sectors. • Several frameworks have mind share: – Zachman, Spewak, DoD Framework, FEAF, TEAF, … • Almost all focus on products, not method • TOGAF and…. (not TOGAF or….) • Version 9: – An evolution from TOGAF 8.1.1. Closer alignment with the business. Restructuring for ease of use. Overall structure and core method for enterprise architecture that can be filled out in future years. TM Slide 40 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 20
  21. 21. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition TOGAF 9 Components ADM Architecture Content Reference Models Framework ADM Guidelines Enterprise Continuum Architecture Capability & Techniques Framework TM Slide 41 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved TOGAF 9 Specification Part I - Introduction Preface, Executive Overview, Core Concepts, Definitions and Release Notes Part II – Architecture Development Method Introduction to ADM ADM Phase Narratives Part III – ADM Guidelines and Techniques Guidelines for Adapting the ADM Process Techniques for Architecture Development Part IV – Architecture Content Framework Architecture Content Metamodel Architectural Artifacts Architecture Deliverables Building Blocks Part V – Enterprise Continuum and Tools Enterprise Continuum Architecture Partitioning Architecture Repository Tools for Architecture Development Part VI – TOGAF Reference Models Foundation Architecture: Technical Reference Model Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model Part VII – Architecture Capability Framework Architecture Board Architecture Compliance Architecture Contracts Architecture Governance Architecture Maturity Models Architecture Skills Framework TM Slide 42 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 21
  22. 22. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition TOGAF 9 Components • Architecture Development Method (ADM) – An iterative sequence of steps to develop an enterprise-wide architecture • ADM Guidelines and Techniques – Guidelines and techniques to support the application of the ADM • Architecture Content Framework – A detailed model of architectural work products, including deliverables, artifacts within deliverables, and the Architecture Building Blocks (ABBs) that deliverables represent. TM Slide 43 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved TOGAF 9 Components • The Enterprise Continuum – A model for structuring a virtual repository and methods for classifying architecture and solution artifacts • TOGAF Reference Models: – The TOGAF Technical Reference Model (TRM) – The Integrated Information Infrastructure Model (III-RM). • The Architecture Capability Framework – A structured definition of the organizations, skills, roles and responsibilities to establish and operate an Enterprise Architecture. TM Slide 44 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 22
  23. 23. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition Modular Structure Content Framework Extended Guidance TOGAF Capability Framework Architectural Styles Additional ADM detail Informs the Sets targets, KPIs, capability Architecture Capability budgets for Framework (Part VII) architecture roles Ensures Realization Drives need for of Business Vision Architecture Capability maturity Business needs Architecture Development Delivers new feed into method Method (Part II) business solutions Business ADM Guidelines & Refines Business Vision and Techniques (Part III) Understanding Capabilities Drivers TOGAF ADM & Architecture Content Framework Content Framework (Part IV) Enterprise Continuum & Tools (Part V) Informs the Business Operational changes TOGAF Reference cause updates of the current state Models (Part VI) TOGAF Enterprise Continuum & Tools TM Slide 45 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved ADM – Basic Principles An iterative method, over the whole process, between phases and within phases Each iteration = new decisions: Enterprise coverage Level of detail Time horizon Architecture asset re-use: previous ADM iterations other frameworks, system models, industry models,… Decisions based on: Competence / resource availability Value accruing to the enterprise. TM Slide 46 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 23
  24. 24. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition ADM – Basic Principles Every phase is validated against and validates the current requirements of the business TM Slide 47 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved Preliminary Phase • This phase prepares the organisation for undertaking successful enterprise architecture projects – Understand business environment – High level management commitment – Agreement on scope – Establish principles – Establish governance structure – Agree method to be adopted TM Slide 48 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 24
  25. 25. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition Phase A Architecture Vision • Initiates one iteration of the architecture process – Sets scope, constraints, expectations – Required at the start of every architecture cycle • Create the Architecture Vision • Validates business context • Creates Statement of Architecture work TM Slide 49 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved Phase B Business Architecture • The fundamental organization of a business, embodied in – its business processes and people, – their relationships • to each other and the environment, – and the principles governing its design and evolution • Shows how the organization meets its business goals TM Slide 50 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 25
  26. 26. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition Business Architecture - Contents • Organization structure • Business goals and objectives • Business functions • Business Services • Business processes • Business roles • Correlation of organization and functions. TM Slide 51 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved Business Architecture - Steps 1. Select reference models, viewpoints and tools 2. Define Baseline Architecture Description 3. Define Target Architecture Description 4. Perform gap analysis 5. Define roadmap components 6. Conduct formal stakeholder review 7. Finalize the Architecture 8. Create Architecture Definition Document TM Slide 52 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 26
  27. 27. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition Phase C Information Systems Architectures • The fundamental organization of an IT system, embodied in • The major types of information and application systems that process them • relationships to each other and the environment, and the principles governing its design and evolution • Shows how the IT systems meets the business goals of the enterprise Continued TM Slide 53 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved Data or Applications first ? • It is usually necessary to address both • Not always the case, depending on project scope and constraints • May be developed in either order, or in parallel • Theory suggests Data Architecture comes first • Practical considerations may mean that starting with Application Systems may be more efficient • There will need to be some iteration to ensure consistency TM Slide 54 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 27
  28. 28. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition Phase D Technology Architecture • The fundamental organization of an IT system, embodied in • its hardware, software and communications technology • their relationships to each other and the environment, • and the principles governing its design and evolution TM Slide 55 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved Phase E Opportunities and Solutions • Perform initial implementation planning • Identify the major implementation projects • Group projects into Transition Architectures • Decide on approach • Make v Buy v Re-Use • Outsource • COTS • Open Source • Assess priorities • Identify dependencies TM Slide 56 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 28
  29. 29. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition Phase F Migration Planning • For projects identified in Phase E perform • Cost/benefit analysis • Risk assessment • Develop a detailed Implementation and Migration Plan TM Slide 57 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved Phase G Implementation Governance • Provide architectural oversight for the implementation. • Defines architecture constraints on implementation projects • Architecture contract • Monitors implementation work for conformance • Produce a Business Value Realization. TM Slide 58 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 29
  30. 30. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition Phase H Architecture Change Management • Provide continual monitoring and a change management process • Ensures that changes to the architecture are managed in a cohesive and architected way • Establishes and supports the Enterprise Architecture to provide flexibility to evolve rapidly in response to changes in the technology or business environment • Monitors the business and capacity management. TM Slide 59 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved Outline • The Open Group • The Architecture Forum • Why Enterprise Architecture • Why a Framework • TOGAF 9 • TOGAF 9 Certification • Summary TM Slide 60 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 30
  31. 31. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition TOGAF Certification Certification Purpose Level TOGAF 9 To provide validation that the candidate has Foundation gained knowledge of the terminology and basic concepts of TOGAF 9 and understands the core principles of Enterprise Architecture and TOGAF TOGAF 9 To provide validation that in addition to knowledge Certified and comprehension, the candidate is able to analyze and apply knowledge of TOGAF TM Slide 61 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved TOGAF Foundation Target Audience • Individuals who require a basic understanding of TOGAF 9 • Professionals who are working in roles associated with an architecture project such as those responsible for planning, execution, development, delivery and operation • Architects who are looking for a first introduction to TOGAF 9 • Architects who want to achieve Level 2 certification in a stepwise approach. TM Slide 62 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 31
  32. 32. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition TOGAF Certified Target Audience • Individuals who require a deeper understanding of TOGAF 9; • Professionals who are working in an organization where TOGAF 9 has been adopted and who need to participate in architecture projects and initiatives; • Architects who will be responsible for developing architecture artifacts; • Architects who wish to introduce TOGAF 9 into an architecture practice; • Architects who want to achieve a recognized qualification to demonstrate their detailed knowledge of TOGAF 9. TM Slide 63 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved Some Figures about TOGAF • Developed by 300+ organisations worldwide involved in its development – Large IT users – IT vendors – System Integrators – Academics • Used in major IT projects worldwide – IBM, EDS, HP, Sun, Infosys, ….. • Community of knowledgeable TOGAF practitioners – More than 7500 certified • Supported by Architecture Tools TM Slide 64 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 32
  33. 33. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition Outline • The Open Group • The Architecture Forum • Why Enterprise Architecture • Why a Framework • TOGAF 9 • TOGAF 9 Certification • Summary TM Slide 65 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved TOGAF 9 Summary • An effective, industry standard framework and method for enterprise architecture. • Complementary to, not competing with, other enterprise frameworks • A repository of best practice – “Demystifies” architecture development • Vendor, tool, and technology neutral • A framework and method for achieving the “Boundaryless Information Flow” vision TM Slide 66 of 68 Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 33
  34. 34. Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9 Edition For More Information . . . • The TOGAF Web Site – http://www.opengroup.org/togaf/ • The Architecture Forum – http://www.opengroup.org/architecture/ • TOGAF Version 9 on-line – http://www.opengroup.org/architecture/togaf9-doc/arch/ • TOGAF Version 9 licensing and downloads – http://www.opengroup.org/togaf/ TM Slide 67 of 68 © 2009 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved Management Overview Management Overview TOGAF is a trademark of The Open Group in the United States and other countries TM Slide 68 of 68 TM Copyright © 2009, The Open Group 34

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